Special Issue "Catalysis by Metal-Oxide Nanostructures"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2021) | Viewed by 30969
Interests: gold; catalysis; carbon; oxides; nanocatalysts; nanoparticles; oxidation; heterogenization
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Research into the subject of catalysis by metal-oxide nanostructured materials has been increasing over the past few years. Metal oxides (single or mixed) have been successfully used as catalysts, themselves, or as supports for single and multi-noble metals. Examples of metal oxides are silica, alumina, titania, zirconia, zeolites, Fe2O3, Fe3O4, ZnO, polyoxometallates (POMs), perovskites, phosphates, multicomponent mixed oxides (molybdates, tungstates, antimonates, etc.), hexaaluminates, etc. Such materials have been successfully used in several catalytic reactions of crucial importance, such as total and partial (selective) oxidation, hydrodesulphurisation, depollution, deNOx, deSOx, acid and base catalyses, biomass conversion, photocatalysis, among others.
This Special Issue aims to cover the recent developments in the field in catalysis. Papers dealing with any type of metal oxide nanostructures, their preparation, characterisation, use for a type of catalytic reaction, mechanistic studies, and theoretical studies, among others, are most welcome. We hope you will contribute a paper.
Prof. Dr. Sónia Carabineiro
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- metal oxides
- mixed metal oxides